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Foley Lane

“For fifty dollars in Foley Lane you’ll be well satisfied,” Nathan Moses quips. For a derivatives trader, he makes a pretty fly bar owner. He’s opened this clinically stylish newcomer with his “forever” friend, Julian Marchetto. It’s well-considered, down to table height that suits both sitting and leaning; and staffed by a crack team of experts.

Graze

The famous, warm Cauliflower Milkshake ($12) is served in a clear Perspex milk carton against a jamon toastie. It’s been on the well-priced menu of this wide Pyrmont terrace since it opened in November 2010, near the end of the Sydney’s molecular gastronomy explosion.

Kika Tapas

It’s hard not to smile at the riotous colours adorning this Darlinghurst hotspot. It’s named for Pedro Almodóvar’s Kika, a film that employed the fashion sensibilities of Gaultier and Versace.